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National News

Recent National Headlines

29.01.2015

Crown seeks 15-year prison sentence in Cape Breton lobster slaying

PORT HAWKESBURY, N.S. - A Cape Breton fisherman should be given a 15-year prison sentence for killing a man he said enraged him after cutting his lobster traps and threatening to burn his home, the Crown said Thursday.

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29.01.2015

Boil advisory hard to follow when power outage hits some Winnipeg neighbourhoods

WINNIPEG - Insult was added to injury in Winnipeg when thousands of people already facing a city-wide boil-water advisory couldn't turn on their stoves because of a power outage.

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29.01.2015

Regulator bans simultaneous ad substitution during Super Bowl, starting in 2017

LONDON, Ont. - Canada's broadcast regulator is banning the substitution of Canadian advertisements over American ads during the Super Bowl.

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Health News

Recent Health Headlines

29.01.2015

Winnipeggers hoping for clean water tests and lifting of boil-water advisory

WINNIPEG - Officials in Winnipeg are hoping another round of tests expected today will confirm the city's water supply is safe and allow them to lift a boil-water advisory.

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29.01.2015

World Health Organization says focus now on ending Ebola outbreak but virus still spreading

LONDON - Health officials are now focused on ending the biggest-ever Ebola outbreak rather than just slowing the deadly virus' spread, the World Health Organization said Thursday.

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